City Lights: Artist Tom Huck; Novelist Anissa Gray; And More

Artist Tom Huck and Carlos Museum curator of works on paper Andi McKenzie, with Huck's work "Electric Baloneyland."
Artist Tom Huck and Carlos Museum curator of works on paper Andi McKenzie, with Huck's work "Electric Baloneyland."
Credit Courtesy of the Michael C. Carlos Museum

Monday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes:”

  • 1:24: St. Louis-based artist Tom Huck joins Lois Reitzes to talk about the exhibit “Rival Cuts,” which features Huck’s woodcutting works. It is on view at Emory’s Carlos Museum through June 9.
  • 18:35: Reitzes speaks with director Taryn Carmona and actor Patrick Coleman about Synchronicity Theatre’s production of “Three Little Birds.” The play, written by Cedella Marley, runs through February 24.
  • 27:20: Novelist Anissa Gray talks with Reitzes about her new novel “The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls.”